Florida Panthers Announcer Randy Moller Calls

Florida Panthers Announcer Takes Goal Calls To An Awesome New Level

2/13/09 in NHL   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

I know not many of you watch hockey, and even fewer of you would be watching hockey in Florida, but let me tell you something, you're missing out. Panthers announcer Randy Moller, who is a former NHL player, has taken announcing to new heights.

How so? Well, you know how guys like Stuart Scott say "Booyah!" on goals, which is pretty random. Well, Moller embraces randomness like to no before him. He will quite literally say the first thing that pops into his head after a goal. See, Moller doesn't stick with one call (like Scott has for 15 years), so he never gets boring. Instead, it's fun to just try and figure out how his brain works.

Let's have a listen to some of his gems.



I'm not sure why, but I think "Wakka Wakka" is my favorite call. Fozzie Bear knows how to school NHL goalies.

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2/17/09   |   Boski93   |   375 respect

I think the next time someone gets a hat trick he pulls out, "orange whip, orange whip, three orange whips!"

2/17/09   |   nyrangers   |   192 respect

Pat wrote:
I can't find the link, but someone said that he takes input from callers to his radio show, and that's where he gets his calls from.

I won't lie, that's a bit disappointing.

It's more sad than anything, the fact that he has to use the fans and their random movie references to draw any attention to himself

2/17/09   |   Pat   |   5232 respect

nyrangers wrote:
While this is pretty darn funny, I still think it's stupid. Just call the damn game, stop drawing attention to yourself by pulling out random movie quotes and throwing them out there after a Panther scores. They don't make any sense and don't apply whatsoever.

Also, there is no way these are "random." He has to think of them before the game

I can't find the link, but someone said that he takes input from callers to his radio show, and that's where he gets his calls from.

I won't lie, that's a bit disappointing.

2/17/09   |   nyrangers   |   192 respect

While this is pretty darn funny, I still think it's stupid. Just call the damn game, stop drawing attention to yourself by pulling out random movie quotes and throwing them out there after a Panther scores. They don't make any sense and don't apply whatsoever.

Also, there is no way these are "random." He has to think of them before the game

2/15/09   |   milo1974

This guy copied Mike Lange's (Pittsburgh Penguins) gimmick.  "Oh, call Arnold Slick from Turtle Creek!"

2/14/09   |   Shankopotamus   |   11 respect

Skyrockets in flight, afternoon delight.     RAWR!

2/14/09   |   thepalmetto

If he calls out "random" movie quotes right off the top of his head, let's hope he hasn't been watching porn...

2/13/09   |   guylake   |   321 respect

she blinded me with science...nice. I miss Thomas Dolby.

2/13/09   |   ML31   |   3675 respect

Those are great!

2/13/09   |   pobodys_nerfect

Thats the funniest, most original thing i've heard an announcer do.

2/13/09   |   MrNFL   |   175 respect

Who's your daddy and what does he do?

This is just epic.

2/13/09   |   Boski93   |   375 respect

MAKE ME A BICYCLE CLOWN!

2/13/09   |   Boski93   |   375 respect

Gus Johnson is impressed.

2/13/09   |   gruenblood   |   4 respect

The secret to this "magic" is a copy of AFI's Useless Movie Quotes and a bottle of methamphetamines.  I'll take Bruce Martyn, Dave Strader, or Bob Cole over this poser.

2/13/09   |   hskrdave   |   10639 respect

 i wonder what he did last night...had 5 opportunities against the 'Canes...

2/13/09   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

LA face with an Oakland booty....

I'm sure whoever scored that goal appreciated that call.

2/13/09   |   Pat   |   5232 respect

Best. Announcer. EVAR.

2/13/09   |   RichmondSpider

Caught him doing a Panthers game on radio one night when I was in Orlando - he is excellent!